Luckily for local cat lovers and those enchanted by this sight, DC’s first cat cafe reopened in June—now with a goal to save 500 cats by Labor Day.
Georgetown’s Jaco Juice and Taco Bar and South Block both made the list of top juice stops.
A new canal boat was lowered into the water this weekend as part of the Georgetown Canal Plan, a project to bring one mile of the historic canal back to life.
An update on the Georgetown Canal Boat and Georgetown-Rosslyn Gondola.
After years of canal restoration, mule-drawn passenger rides on the boat aren’t that far off.
Every turn gives you a new opportunity to snap a fun pic for your social media as you are surrounded by style, in an endlessly Instagrammable fashion funhouse that will spark a conversation about the evolving nature of style and how we present ourselves to the world.
“Inside the Wardrobe” includes 20,000 square feet of interactive fashion-themed installations in Georgetown.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District has now completed the installation of 3,400 linear feet of sidewalk extensions that line M Street between 29th and 34th streets, and Wisconsin Avenue between Q Street and the C&O Canal.
Kenta Murakami unites 12 artists investigating the alien among and within us at Georgetown’s von ammon co. gallery.